Helen Mirren Without Makeup Pictures

July 26, 1945
78 years old
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Helen Mirren looks captivating as ever. Find out what she looks like without makeup. The pictures below reveal her natural beauty.

Helen Mirren was born born 26 July 1945 in London, England. Mirren’s role was uncredited in 1966 movie Press for Time. She became quickly popular. Her role of Caesonia in Caligula movie from 1979 belongs to her most daring characters. Young Helen did several braless scenes for this film. Her other notable appearances include Caesar and Claretta, Excalibur, and White Nights. In 2013, she appeared on RED 2.

Mirren famously dated and lived with actor Liam Neeson during the early ’80s. They met while working on “Excalibur” together. She began dating American director Taylor Hackford in 1986, who she met while working on the set of “White Nights,” and the two were married in December 1997 in the Scottish Highlands. Mirren has no children and has said in interviews that she has “no maternal instinct whatsoever.”

No Makeup Pictures

Helen Mirren looks sizzling without makeup on her face. Indeed, the following pictures are proof that no makeup is needed in order to look your best.

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Helen Mirren with little to no makeup on her face. Dazzling!
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Makeup or No Makeup: Which look enhances Helen Mirren's beauty more?
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Helen Mirren should go makeup-free more often! She is smashing!
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Helen Mirren with minimal or no makeup.

Quotes by Helen Mirren

"I think a lot of my work has been a weird attempt to liberate myself, but it's not altogether successful."

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"When you do a voice in an animated film, you don't see the finished product at all. You're not animating. You're not doing the voice on the finished product. You're doing the voice long before."

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"It's great to be queen!"

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"Two phrases I hate in reference to female characters are 'strong' and 'feisty.' They really annoy me. It's the most condescending thing. You say that about a three-year-old. It infantilises women."

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"When I came into the acting profession, it was quite hierarchical. You didn't sit at the same table as the leading actor. Sir Laurence Olivier, Sir John Gielgud... these were very, very intimidating and powerful people."

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